Linda Jakobson: Founding Director and CEO of China Matters discusses her new book “China Matters: Getting it Right for Australia,” and offers her advice on pursuing a career in China policy.
YCW discusses the cultural value and political utility of calligraphy in modern Chinese society with Li-Hua Ying, Chinese professor at Bard College.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and independent journalists have played a vital role in raising awareness in China of the dangers of air pollution and other environmental challenges. Yet under the leadership of Xi Jinping, the climate for NGOs has become noticeably
Thomas Mullaney, Associate Professor of Chinese History at Stanford University, tells us how the history of the Chinese typewriter and Mao-era experimentation may impact the way we think about inventions today.
Eric Mu, founder of a cyrptomining hosting service in western Sichuan, SinoHash, talks about Bitcoin’s rise in prominence in China, and China’s strengths as a Bitcoin mining destination.